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post #7061 of 15201
Lightsout, trust me I know its an addiction. I thought about getting a GTX 570 this fall but decided against it because my FPS in battlfield 3 is over 70 fps most of the time. One day my 5770's will be completely useless but today is not that day.

Happy Holidays guys!
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post #7062 of 15201
Jikes Pikoy!

Hope that it will be fixed soon biggrin.gif!
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post #7063 of 15201
I got a question. I'm looking for a header adapter for the USB 3.0 front panel to go to 2.0 as my mobo doesn't even have a 3.0 header (EVGA P55 SLi), but I can't find a link anywhere. The Corsair Carbide already has the adapter included with the case. :sadpanda:
post #7064 of 15201
Thanks a lot guys. I think I can learn a lot here and get my own rig running sooner or later thaks to your help smile.gif.

About the IVYs, I havzn't done much searching but I was told by a close friend (probably the closest but I don't like going into best friends and all that crapso I'll leave it to a close friend tongue.gif) that they'd come around xmas. He's getting a 650D this xmas and he'll watercool it (he's pretty much the opposite of me in terms of taste, he like dark, sober studf and uses ati cpus and gpus lol). I think he forgot I meant that'd I'd be watercooling and changong cpu / gpu newt xmas and not this one.


I'm changing pretty much everything because back when I boughr my rig my mum didn't trust me enough and I couldn't stand for myself so agrees to go for an 800 € pre built one instead of making my own. Big mistake, everything about a pre built sucks except the cpu, HDD and DVD...
I change my psu last year for a Stealthxstream 2 700W, cost me 80€. Another mistake of mine. Wasn't thinking far and never would've thought I'd be watercooling, sleeving (weren't even aware that stuff existes back then to be honest ^^) nor going SLI. So, now I want to do all that stuff I need a better psu (sleeving a non modular one is a pain in the ass and mine isn't sli ready anyway).

So, my "rig" is a Dell Studio XPS 8100 with a 1To 7200rpm samsung hdd, a no name (dell) crappy mobo, an i7-860, 4 x 1 gig no name 1333mhz ram, a stealthxstream 2 700W psu, a crappy GTS 240 gpu...

So basically, I'm getting rid of it all. The i7-860 is far from being the best cpu to overclock anyway and I do intend to learn about overclocking after having completed my watercooled rig.
The reason I'm going IVY is because I need to change mobo and 1156 socket ones are rare and I'd feel stupid to not get the most recent stuff. Plus sandys were great and I can only hope IVYs will go the same way.

I'm replacing my case because that's what holds the rig and is, to me, one of the most essential parts and the one that'll make me feel like I'm actually moving on.
GTS 24) totally sucks and lags even Black Ops (plus it makes way too much noise and is at 60-70° at idle...) so I'm replacing that first too. Ichose gigabyte's dual fan GTX 560 because the 560ti was too expensive and I've read the 560 ti isn't really worth the extra bucks.

I was going to get a SSD before I realized it'd cost me 100€ for a crucial M4. The SSD will wait wink.gif.

I'm getting the sleeved LED kit for my phantom (2meter one so it'll go all around the case) because stock phantom only has one LED fan and I can't afford more right now. And I prefer the effect of the sleeving kit over flashy fans.



The reason I have EK on my avatar is because I've loves that logo for years (even before I even knew what it was lol) and I'm planning on getting their 250 reservoir and cpu waterblock (gpu when I'll have the money to do so).

Razer does have it's place there though as before realizing I could spend my money into building myself a rig I wasted it on gaming gear tongue.gif. I started with an Orochi / goliathus combo, then got a lycosa, then a deathadder 3500dpi version / scarab combo and a carcharias. I also boughr a roccat Apuri as Razer's solution was the Armadillos which sucked and were a rip off (and I love Apuri's looks). Didn't feel like puttin roccat in my avatar though.




Will update my siggy and add my rig tomorow when I get back home from school. It's already 1am and I just popped by to check on your answers before calling it a night so good night y'all.
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post #7065 of 15201
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I saw you could mount water cooler on the back of a phantom. Does this block anything important? Also is the reduction in temperature better than a CPU heat sink? On another thread I was told 1 radiator would be equivalent to a CPU heat sink and I would need 3 raditators to get a difference.
I like to run my games on high but don't use eye infinity or max out all settings.

Yes you can put a rad hanging off the back. Personally I don't prefer the look of it though. However it doesn't block anything important. Well as long as you use a bracket that allows you to plug in your components. A single 120 rad would probably be = to a high end air cooler. But as long as you're hanging it off the back you may as well do a 240 or 360 rad. Either would be far superior to an air cooler.

Can you recommend a 240 or 360 radiator I could mount on the back of a phantom and still keep the air cooling inside the unit and access my ports?

Also, I will be moving soon. Is transporting a phantom with a radiator attached to the back dangerous to the pc because if it hit something wouldn't the water spill everywhere?

Any other disadvantages to mounting a rad on back, besides looks?


Yes if you hit the radiator on something and break something then you will have water all over the place. You can easily put a 240 rad in the top of the case. Not sure what you mean by putting a rad on the back but still having air cooling on the inside. The rad is to water cool your cpu right? If you mean can you still have fans then yes.

I meant mount the rad on the back exteriror of the case and not inside the case. My biggest worry is that it could break during a car trip.

I know thats what I meant, if its on the back and you hit it on something it could break off, my point was why mount it on the back? I could see if you have 3 rads or something and were out of space. BUt if you are only installing one rad theres really no good reason to put it on the outside.

@steelkevin Well why do you have EK in your avatar if you have never water cooled or OC'd? Seems kinda weird. I guess you didn't realize that universal gpu blocks are pretty cheap. Around $40, and even lower used. So its not really an expensive investment for his not so pricey cards. Plus those blocks can be used over and over again on future cards since they are universal. Imo better to just leave it alone then make an unimformed post. Anyways welcome to the site. Plenty of experienced users here that can help you in the learning process.

Where did you hear ivy comes out in september? I thought it was more like april. Ivy will be the same socket as sandy. Which has the same holes as your i7 860, so yes you should be able to use the same water block from your i7 860 if you upgrade to ivy later.

I'm still kind of a newb, but I figured the best way to cool my pc would be mount a radiator on the back and keep the fans on top, because by putting a rad on the top I lose 2 200mm fans. I'm not even sure if I need water cooling. I'm still undecided between air and water.

You see my psu is defective so I contacted xfx for a new one. While I'm making changes to the interior I figured I should upgrade the cooling. Right now I have a hyper 212 that prevents me from having a 200mm side fan and I don't have the 140mm front fan. Either I will replace the hyper 212 with a smaller heat sink and put in the side and front fans or I will replace the hyper with water cooling.

I figured the best method would be mount rad on back and install all fans.

I am certainly open to suggestion. I have an i5 and a 6950 with a large heats ink and 2 fans. I don't run eye infinity and like my games with good graphics, but don't them completely maxed out, but do want them fairly close.

What is the simplest and cheapest cooling method this forum would recommend?
post #7066 of 15201
Looks like a lot has been going on with builds lately biggrin.gif I'm liking what Kenny has done to his pink build, and DanielMysterio's looks very well done as well smile.gif

Here is a little update on my triple monitor stand. The only issue I had with it was the angle of the outside monitors. I saw a few different ways people had helped the angle out.

I found some 1" long aluminum spacers, and some M4x70mm machine screws. I used 2 spacers per screw to give me a 2" offset from the original bracket. Made a huge difference on the viewing angle to me. I think going another .5-1" would be even better, but for a $90 stand, and $10 more in hardware, I am not complaining. Here are a couple more pics, sorry again for the incredibly horrible cell phone pics, I miss placed my battery charger for the DSLR.

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post #7067 of 15201
Thanks for the compliments Kaged!
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post #7068 of 15201
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Thanks a lot guys. I think I can learn a lot here and get my own rig running sooner or later thaks to your help smile.gif.
About the IVYs, I havzn't done much searching but I was told by a close friend (probably the closest but I don't like going into best friends and all that crapso I'll leave it to a close friend tongue.gif) that they'd come around xmas. He's getting a 650D this xmas and he'll watercool it (he's pretty much the opposite of me in terms of taste, he like dark, sober studf and uses ati cpus and gpus lol). I think he forgot I meant that'd I'd be watercooling and changong cpu / gpu newt xmas and not this one.
I'm changing pretty much everything because back when I boughr my rig my mum didn't trust me enough and I couldn't stand for myself so agrees to go for an 800 € pre built one instead of making my own. Big mistake, everything about a pre built sucks except the cpu, HDD and DVD...
I change my psu last year for a Stealthxstream 2 700W, cost me 80€. Another mistake of mine. Wasn't thinking far and never would've thought I'd be watercooling, sleeving (weren't even aware that stuff existes back then to be honest ^^) nor going SLI. So, now I want to do all that stuff I need a better psu (sleeving a non modular one is a pain in the ass and mine isn't sli ready anyway).
So, my "rig" is a Dell Studio XPS 8100 with a 1To 7200rpm samsung hdd, a no name (dell) crappy mobo, an i7-860, 4 x 1 gig no name 1333mhz ram, a stealthxstream 2 700W psu, a crappy GTS 240 gpu...
So basically, I'm getting rid of it all. The i7-860 is far from being the best cpu to overclock anyway and I do intend to learn about overclocking after having completed my watercooled rig.
The reason I'm going IVY is because I need to change mobo and 1156 socket ones are rare and I'd feel stupid to not get the most recent stuff. Plus sandys were great and I can only hope IVYs will go the same way.
I'm replacing my case because that's what holds the rig and is, to me, one of the most essential parts and the one that'll make me feel like I'm actually moving on.
GTS 24) totally sucks and lags even Black Ops (plus it makes way too much noise and is at 60-70° at idle...) so I'm replacing that first too. Ichose gigabyte's dual fan GTX 560 because the 560ti was too expensive and I've read the 560 ti isn't really worth the extra bucks.
I was going to get a SSD before I realized it'd cost me 100€ for a crucial M4. The SSD will wait wink.gif.
I'm getting the sleeved LED kit for my phantom (2meter one so it'll go all around the case) because stock phantom only has one LED fan and I can't afford more right now. And I prefer the effect of the sleeving kit over flashy fans.
The reason I have EK on my avatar is because I've loves that logo for years (even before I even knew what it was lol) and I'm planning on getting their 250 reservoir and cpu waterblock (gpu when I'll have the money to do so).
Razer does have it's place there though as before realizing I could spend my money into building myself a rig I wasted it on gaming gear tongue.gif. I started with an Orochi / goliathus combo, then got a lycosa, then a deathadder 3500dpi version / scarab combo and a carcharias. I also boughr a roccat Apuri as Razer's solution was the Armadillos which sucked and were a rip off (and I love Apuri's looks). Didn't feel like puttin roccat in my avatar though.
Will update my siggy and add my rig tomorow when I get back home from school. It's already 1am and I just popped by to check on your answers before calling it a night so good night y'all.

You sir are a talker! lol Just messing with you. Sounds like a very familiar story there that many many people go through. Yes IvyBridge comes out around April. thumb.gif The same blocks that work for Sandy will work for Ivy. EK does make some really good blocks, I definitely recommend them! I would suggest starting yourself a build log in the water cooling section. It's a good way to get personal advice for your build and show off. wink.gif
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I'm still kind of a newb, but I figured the best way to cool my pc would be mount a radiator on the back and keep the fans on top, because by putting a rad on the top I lose 2 200mm fans. I'm not even sure if I need water cooling. I'm still undecided between air and water.
You see my psu is defective so I contacted xfx for a new one. While I'm making changes to the interior I figured I should upgrade the cooling. Right now I have a hyper 212 that prevents me from having a 200mm side fan and I don't have the 140mm front fan. Either I will replace the hyper 212 with a smaller heat sink and put in the side and front fans or I will replace the hyper with water cooling.
I figured the best method would be mount rad on back and install all fans.
I am certainly open to suggestion. I have an i5 and a 6950 with a large heats ink and 2 fans. I don't run eye infinity and like my games with good graphics, but don't them completely maxed out, but do want them fairly close.
What is the simplest and cheapest cooling method this forum would recommend?

Definitely get the water cooling for your CPU. You will never regret the 240 rad. I think you make a good point of keeping your top fans if you're not going with full water cooling. You will want to be careful when moving it with the rad on the back though. I mean it's sort of obvious. You essentially are hanging the rad off the back of your case with long screws.

As far as recommended rads you should check out the XSPC RX 240 kit.
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Looks like a lot has been going on with builds lately biggrin.gif I'm liking what Kenny has done to his pink build, and DanielMysterio's looks very well done as well smile.gif
Here is a little update on my triple monitor stand. The only issue I had with it was the angle of the outside monitors. I saw a few different ways people had helped the angle out.
I found some 1" long aluminum spacers, and some M4x70mm machine screws. I used 2 spacers per screw to give me a 2" offset from the original bracket. Made a huge difference on the viewing angle to me. I think going another .5-1" would be even better, but for a $90 stand, and $10 more in hardware, I am not complaining. Here are a couple more pics, sorry again for the incredibly horrible cell phone pics, I miss placed my battery charger for the DSLR.

Looks like a good plan there. However I would definitely recommend getting some more angle. For BF3 I have mine at like 35-45 degrees.
 
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Looks like a good plan there. However I would definitely recommend getting some more angle. For BF3 I have mine at like 35-45 degrees.


Most definitely going to see about another inch at the very least. I haven't measured the angle, but its probably about 20-25 degrees now, which is better than the 10-15 degrees it had. I'm going to wait till this week and go to an actual fastener store, so I can find some longer screws. I got lucky finding the ones I did this weekend at a ranch supply store.
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post #7070 of 15201
So I need to get my second 200mm for the top so I can get it on before I have to mount my h100. I read a few pages back that people have had problems getting top rad's mounted with non-NZXT 200mm fans. Is this true? Wondering if I can just get a coolermaster from BestBuy instead of ordering one online.


**EDIT**

Actually I just read a bunch of reviews on newegg for the CM fans and apparently a lot of people have problems getting it to fit in the Phantom. I found the NZXT fans on Newegg though so I will just get one from there. NZXT store if sold out.
Edited by vagrant - 12/11/11 at 6:24pm
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